by Marni Rothman

Gestalt Therapy is an experiential form of psychotherapy developed in the 1940s and 1950s by Fritz Perls, that has become increasingly popular for both therapists and clients. In this piece Marni Rothman writes on what Gestalt can offer.

by Network Ireland

Earlier this year, we were delighted to see Rupert Sheldrake speak about his new book 'The Science Delusion', and it's great to hear that is returning to Dublin for a second visit! Here's your chance to win two tickets courtesy of

by Benig Mauger

Jungian psychotherapist Benig Mauger writes on relationships, and the journey of love and heartbreak that can accompany them.

by Jasbinder Garnermann

It is said that "a dream uninterpreted is like a letter unread" - in this piece for Network, Jasbinder Garnermann, Chairwoman of the Jung Society of Ireland, writes on the importance of dreams and how to understand them.

by George Percival

In an article from the latest issue of Network Ireland, George Percival writes on Carl Jung, his historical context, his key ideas, and his relevance for us today...

by Mark Keogh

Based on the work of an Israeli physicist, the Feldenkrais Method is a movement-based therapy that is used to help change unhelpful patterns of behaviour, action, thought, and feeling thatis becoming increasingly popular in Ireland. Mark Keogh tells us about the method.